Financial strategies that expand your reach
In 2014, ACG celebrated its 25th anniversary of its founding and is embarking on another 25-year journey as an industry leader.
Operating within the cultural umbrella of Pacific Life—our parent company, founded over 148 years ago—we think long-term. This outlook directly influences our core financial strategies, and in turn, enables us to protect and enhance our customers’ financial interests.
Our funding strategy
Our funding strategy is based on two key principles:
1. Broaden access to capital and liquidity
Over time, we’ve built one of the industry’s broadest and most diverse global funding bases. These multiple sources of financing include bank financings, asset-backed securities and other structured credit markets, export credit and corporate unsecured debt markets both in the US and abroad. We have demonstrated ready access to capital even in cyclical downturns; for example, since the beginning of 2010, we have raised more than $9.0 billion in debt financing. As a result, airlines can rely on us to provide fleet solutions with stability and flexibility—a powerful combination—and more opportunities to travel farther, faster.
2. Obtain low-cost capital at prudent levels of risk
ACG maintains a disciplined program of asset-liability management with a debt maturity profile oriented towards our long-lived assets. In addition, ACG has successfully shifted to corporate financing consisting primarily of unsecured funding from financial institutions and institutional investors. This funding structure, supported by a highly-diversified – by geography and lessee – pool of young aircraft, strengthens the balance sheet and provides operational efficiency.
Consistently strong performance
Through the financial expertise of our senior management—and the help of financial partners worldwide—ACG has demonstrated financial strength and stability. We have maintained consistent profitability, with increasing operating lease revenues from our growing fleet of owned aircraft, through various economic cycles in the aircraft leasing industry.
Other financial highlights:
- Revenue from operating leases has consistently grown; 2015 revenues were $833 million
- Net income attributable to stockholders for 2015 was $107 million
- Consistent profitability since our founding in 1989, through varying economic cycles
- Investment-grade credit rating:
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